Harvard Airline Pilot Study: Depression or Poisoned by Cabin Air ?

Pilot Study published today from Harvard. Their research states that these bizarre health effects encountered by pilots are causing plane crashes resulting in loss of all life onboard.  However, in particular, that these crashes occurred simply because these Pilots were all depressed, suicidal and mentally disturbed.  After reviewing his research papers on the Pilot Depression Study and the Passenger Cabin Air Quality Study, it was very disturbing that his only focus on environmental factors was Ozone and Flame Retardant interior chemicals. There was not one mention of the more serious chemical issues for passengers and crew which are the Organophosphates, Hydraulic Fluids, Kerosene, Oil and the many other toxic cocktails of lubricants. … More Harvard Airline Pilot Study: Depression or Poisoned by Cabin Air ?

Post Airline Fume Event Urine Test for Organophosphate Poisoning

Many cabin crew are being misdiagnosed following Fume Events due to incorrect tests being given or the tests are denied by the occupational medical doctors hired and financed by the airlines to treat them in order to hide the evidence of chemical exposure. It has become necessary for us to take this into our own … More Post Airline Fume Event Urine Test for Organophosphate Poisoning

Atropine Treatment following: Aerotoxic Airline Fume Events

  Aerotoxic Syndrome Fume Events on airlines are created by the Organophosphate Poisoning from the VOCs Volatile Organic Compounds such as the TCP tricresyl phosphate, acrolein, formaldehyde, aromatic amines, phenyl-1-naphthylamine as well as other various carcinogenic and neurotoxic chemicals. This Organophosphate Poisoning in humans causes the inhibition of acetylcholinesterase   (AChE) which leads to the accumulation of neurotoxic acetylcholine … More Atropine Treatment following: Aerotoxic Airline Fume Events